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Christopher Norden has been a Professor of English in the Division of Humanities at Lewis-Clark State College since 1993. He teaches courses in International Literature, Native American Literature, Modernism, Literary Theory, and History of the Novel, as well as interdisciplinary courses in Environmental Ethics and Ethics of Technology. BA in English, University of Virginia 1982; MA in English, University of Virginia 1986; PhD in English and African-American Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison 1991. Visiting Professor, Huafan University, Taiwan 2009. Visiting Scholar, University of Alicante, Spain 2014. Research interests include environmental history, ecological restoration, and comparative indigenous literatures.